Captured Ju 87B-2 Stuka dive bomber with British markings, 1940s; this aircraft had previously been operated by Italian Air Force 209th Squadron and ditched after running out of fuel

Caption     Captured Ju 87B-2 Stuka dive bomber with British markings, 1940s; this aircraft had previously been operated by Italian Air Force 209th Squadron and ditched after running out of fuel ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseAustralian War Memorial
Identification Code   P00869.005
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1. Rod Larson says:
20 Dec 2019 03:18:46 AM

Ju87 B2Trop Stkz (RN+FH) WrkN75763 Operated By 209th Squadriglia Italian Air Force White18 Ran Out of Fuel & Captured By RAF In Libya On September 1941. Assigned RAF S/N HK827 & Flown By 39th Squadron Until September 27, 1944.

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